Question on boons rate from Divine Paragon dip


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Hello everyone. As forum traditions go, I'm going to introduce myself by immediately asking a question in a new post.

Does a character who takes a one-level dip in Divine Paragon (a Cleric archetype) still benefit from the accelerated rate of boons when changing classes, or does it default to the standard HD rate of boons listed in the Diefic Obedience feat if no other levels of Divine Paragon are taken? Essentially, I'm unsure from the language used if the accelerated boon rate is for class-specific levels, or an alteration of Diefic Obediance available at level one.

Scarab Sages

You need to actually get the levels. For example, to get "At 5th level, she gains access to the first boon granted by her deity," you must be taking your 5th level of divine paragon.


Marina, Servant of Wadjet wrote:
You need to actually get the levels. For example, to get "At 5th level, she gains access to the first boon granted by her deity," you must be taking your 5th level of divine paragon.

Ok, thanks. So in taking just one level of Divine Paragon, the first boon would be at level 12?


hk00107 wrote:
Ok, thanks. So in taking just one level of Divine Paragon, the first boon would be at level 12?

Yes, you'd use the normal progression based off HD (=total character level). Less than 5 levels in DP don't get you any boon ayn earlier.


Gotcha. Appreciate the help everyone!

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